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Cinema projector Why doesn't' t my projector read my laptop when I have the right plugins? Is there something else i need to do other than clicking the source botton?

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Please start your laptop first and then your projector-----test after that---press fn key with f4 or f5 or f6 or f8 if no display---and check your input source(compter)in our case.

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I want to connect my Philips HTS3357 Home Cinema System to my Panasonic PT-AE900E LCD Projector, How do I go about putting it altogether so it works with my xbox360/PS3

Generally speaking, if your Home Cinema system is able to pass-thru video as well as audio, you'll want to take the HDMI cable from the XBOX video out, into the Home Cinema system's input (any HDMI input should be fine), and then run the HDMI video out to your projector. Any other devices you want to be able to project as well (DVD/BluRay, PC, Cable, Satellite, etc.) would also be plugged into the Home Cinema system as "in" devices, like the XBOX.

When you want to display one of those devices, you would select that "in" port's input name in the Home Cinema system (for example, if the XBOX is connected to the HDMI in that is labeled "aux", you will switch the cinema system to Aux Input, and the projector should immediately begin getting the signal from the theatre system. To switch to another device, you simply change the Input channel on the Home Cinema.

The audio also, providing the device (the XBOX) can carry it on the HDMI cable, will also be delivered to the Home Cinema. Some devices cannot carry sound on HDMI (though many can). For those, you will need to run an HDMI cable for the video, and also an optical cable or other type of audio-only cable, for its audio. You do not need to run an audio cable to the projector though, as the projector is only for video. The Home Cinema will take care of the sound itself.

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When connecting projector to my laptop, the picture comes up as right to left so impossible to read anything. I have tried to flip it landscape way but that flips it upside down and still reading right to...

If you push the button one more time to flip the screen it should read properly, otherwise bounce it off of a mirror and adjust the keystone if it is a permanent mount.

Jul 05, 2011 | Sharp XR-10SL DLP Projector

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We have a aiptex pocket cinema T20 which will not connect to an acer 7551 which is running windows 7. No icon appears, please advise

You need to set up your video card to output and mirror your monitor to the projector. On Windows 7 hit the Windows Key + P and select duplicate.

Mar 14, 2011 | Aiptek T20 Pocket Cinema DLP Projector

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Dear, i would like to know how and what cable i need to connect my laoptop to a home cinema 705 HD projector

Hello Jerrel43, Here is a quick overview: 1. You must first learn what port your laptop offers for video output. Your laptop could have one or several of the following: VGA (sometimes referred to as RGB), DVI, DisplayPort, S-Video, or HDMI. The following link offers pictures of each. Keep in mind that DVI and HDMI offer the highest quality picture, so if your laptop has one of these, use them. 2. You must learn what port your projector offers for video input. After doing a quick search, it seems that your prjector offers VGA, S-Video, as well as HDMI. 3. Plug your projector into the computer with the port available on your laptop. Power on your projector and laptop. 4. Make sure your operating system is "outputting" (sending signal to) the video signal to the projector. This can be done in a few different ways (and varies according to which operating system your laptop is using). A) If you are using a Windows XP laptop, right-click anywhere on the desktop and choose the "properties" button. Click on the settings tab at the top right of the window that opens. Click on the blue box with the number 2 and then click the box below that says "extend my windows desktop to this monitor." At this point you should see and extension of your desktop background being shown by the projector. Just drag any window you would like off of the right side of your laptop monitor and it will show up on your projector.

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I have a hp ep7110 projector, zoom or focas dont work when i turn them they do nothing just stay the same help needed thanks

Call the hp support line 800-BUY-MYHP, if this does'nt work then go to a electronics shop like best buy or future shop. Your projector might be over heated TIP: dont buy hp projectors thier a good laptop company but not a good projector company, if you want a projector then get some thing like optoma.

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Internet page does not stay loaded. error message something wrong with ct_plugins plugins

go to /Library/Application Support/Conduit/Plugins/cttoolbar.bundle/Contents/MacOS/ct_plugins right click on it and click "show contents" or "show package contents". delete the plists listed here

Apr 13, 2010 | Apple Computers & Internet

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I can see my background but cannot see anything else


The Fn+F8 in some laptops or Fn+ KEYS WHICH HAS MONITOR ICON OVER FUNCTION KEY) command tyically runs through 3 modes: Extend desktop, Laptop only, Projector only.

Mirroring displays (meaning you see the exact same thing on both screens) is not always on option on a PC; the ability to do that is dependent on the graphics card and drivers in the laptop.
Not seeing the exact same thing on both screens is often the preferred way, but when you don't see all your desktop icons it can be a bit confusing.

The trick here is that when you want something to show on the projector, you grab the window you're working with and drag it over to the other monitor. Why this is preferred is because you can be showing a powerpoint presentation on the projector, while you have a script or notes open in Word on your laptop display to read from. You see, you don't see anything but the desktop background on the projector because you haven't moved anything over there yet.

Your laptop is in extended mode, try changing to Laptop mode, should solve your problem or try dragging the required file to that monitor as said above
Please leave me comment, if you need further assistance

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The projector probably has a user manual, right? Have you followed the steps in connecting pc with projector? You might have missed a setting or something and need to re-check it.

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